BBC Radio 3 Arts & Ideas Podcast: 'A Feminist Take on Medieval History' (Broadcast 06 October 2018)

Spencer-Hall, A., Robertson, E. , Howes, H. and Bari, S. (2020) BBC Radio 3 Arts & Ideas Podcast: 'A Feminist Take on Medieval History' (Broadcast 06 October 2018). [Audio]

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Publisher's URL: https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p06n28wv

Abstract

How does Chaucer write about rape and consent ? What links Kim Kardashian West & Margery Kempe - an English Christian mystic and mother of 14 children who wrote about her religious visions in the 1420s in what has been called the first autobiography in English. Alicia Spencer-Hall, Elizabeth Robertson and New Generation Thinker Hetta Howes join Shahidha Bari for a conversation about new research and what a feminist take brings to our understanding of the medieval period.

Item Type:Audio
Additional Information:Made with the assistance of the AHRC - the Arts and Humanities Research Council which funds research into the humanities and works with BBC Radio 3 on the New Generation Thinkers scheme to make academic research available to a wider audience.
Status:Published
Glasgow Author(s) Enlighten ID:Robertson, Professor Elizabeth
Authors: Spencer-Hall, A., Robertson, E., Howes, H., and Bari, S.
College/School:College of Arts > School of Critical Studies > English Language and Linguistics
Publisher:BBC Radio 3 and AHRC

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